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Got my open water certificate back in '01. It has been a great outlet for me. I then progressed to "Master Diver", which includes; Stress & Rescue and two other specialties. I chose Limited visibility, because I do a lot of beach diving and Deep diving just to be a more comfortable diver. Not much to see deep unless you are doing some shipwreck dives, Its dark and cold down there. Got in the photography in '08, i do it for pure enjoyment.

7 '11


To get the most out of your dives, it helps to be in shape! Although boat diving has it perks and is better suited for the average diver, one should have a general level of fitness. Can you jog 2 mile comfortably? Can you hold the plank for a minute? If not I suggest you start there.

For the more advanced diver such as myself, I do a lot of beach diving and I suggest you strengthen your legs, cardiovascular system and core. Try this one to keep you beach diving strong.

Warm-up 5-10 minutes treadmill

Push ups 15 reps

Assisted pull ups 15 reps

With 10LB Dumbbells

Lunge walks 20 paces

Squat with biceps curl 15 reps

Standing overhead triceps extension 15 reps

Bench/assisted dips 15-20

Stability ball Hamstring curl 15 reps

Single leg sit squat off bench 12 each leg

Plank 45/60 seconds

treadmill 5.0/6.0 jog 5 minutes

repeat from the top 3 to 4 times

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